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Healthy meal planning is the cornerstone of any effective health and wellness plan. Yet for certain diets, it can also be one of the biggest challenges. The most successful meal plans rely heavily on natural, unprocessed, and unrefined ingredients. That eliminates the easiest-to-find foods at most grocery stores.

Ketogenic dieting is an excellent example of this challenge. The goal of the keto diet is to take advantage of ketosis, the body’s state of burning fat instead of glucose for energy. Naturally, this means your diet should be very low in carbohydrates, but it also means you need to pick up the slack by boosting your fat and protein intake.

Healthy meal planning is the cornerstone of any effective health and wellness plan. Yet for certain diets, it can also be one of the biggest challenges. The most successful meal plans rely heavily on natural, unprocessed, and unrefined ingredients. That eliminates the easiest-to-find foods at most grocery stores.

Ketogenic dieting is an excellent example of this challenge. The goal of the keto diet is to take advantage of ketosis, the body’s state of burning fat instead of glucose for energy. Naturally, this means your diet should be very low in carbohydrates, but it also means you need to pick up the slack by boosting your fat and protein intake.

Training your body to burn fat through ketosis requires maintaining an accurate proportion of essential macronutrients — fat, protein, and carbs. While this isn’t especially difficult, it can take more time and effort than usual to stock up on the right ingredients and prepare consistently delicious meals that maintain the right ratio every time.

Training your body to burn fat through ketosis requires maintaining an accurate proportion of essential macronutrients — fat, protein, and carbs. While this isn’t especially difficult, it can take more time and effort than usual to stock up on the right ingredients and prepare consistently delicious meals that maintain the right ratio every time.